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Comment 29 Jul 2020

I actually think Michigan has some beautiful areas, especially northern Michigan and the Upper peninsula. I’m a fly fisherman and one of my favorite trout streams is the Au Sable River in Grayling.  Also some of the prettiest white sand beaches sit right on Lake Michigan. We may hate Michigan’s football program, but the state is actually beautiful. Also, some great craft  breweries in the mitten (bells, founders, new holland, brewery vivant).

Comment 28 Jul 2020

Not sure why you got downvoted for this, but I upvoted  to counter some of that.  I will say that Ed Warriner does have a pretty solid track record of developing O-linemen. However, looking at both programs, it’s hard to argue with your post. One program clearly offers more than the other. 

Comment 23 Jul 2020

You pretty much nailed it. No comparison between the two institutions when looking at the entire package.

Comment 22 Jul 2020

The thing is, why would Ohio State even need to negative recruit anyone to sell the program? THE Ohio State program sells itself. If you’re a defensive back with NFL aspirations, there’s not a program out there that does it better than BIA. It’s a pretty easy choice to be honest, and Jordan Hancock followed through once his mom got a clean bill of health. 

Comment 17 Jul 2020

My post was mostly tongue in cheek, but it seemed as though this Alabama fan was trying to throw shade at our fan base by making it a point to let us know how “civil” they are on tidefans board. 

Comment 17 Jul 2020

So Tide fans are known to be civil. Umm, yeah, okay... Lol. I’ve watched enough episodes of the Paul Feinbaum show to know that’s not exactly the case. The video footage of tide fans tea bagging a drunken LSU fan kind of goes against that theory. Oh, and Harvey Updike would love to have a word..

Comment 29 Mar 2020

Saying “Ohio State’s academics are not on the same level as UF’s” is more than just correcting someone on the actual ranking of the schools. Ohio State is a great school and there isn’t a big gap between the schools like Adeleye seems to suggest. I agree with AE that it seemed like he was taking a shot at Ohio State’s academics and it wasn’t a great look. 

Comment 28 Mar 2020

Yeah, but it was a strange tweet, because he said “Ohio State’s academics aren’t on the same level as UF’s”. I mean, let’s be honest, if you go by US News rankings, UF is #7, while Ohio state is #17. It’s not like there’s a huge gap between the two schools. 

Comment 28 Mar 2020

Apparently Tunmise tweeted out that Ohio State’s academics aren’t  on the same level as UF’s. UF is a great school (#7), but Ohio State (#17 in US News)  is a great school in its own right. Seems like a strange thing to tweet out about a school that he’s rumored to be leaning toward.

Comment 11 Mar 2020

Yeah, what’s frustrating about Hancock is that Ohio State was in on him first and identified his talent earlier than other programs. His recruitment blew up after Ohio State offered, and then Clemson swoops in and nabs him. Really felt like he would have at least made one more visit out of respect for the coaching staff. Ohio State takes a backseat to no one when it comes to developing the defensive back position. Clemson, on the other hand, isn’t known to produce stud DB’s. I know they’ll find three solid corners in this class, but this one hurts a bit.

Comment 11 Mar 2020

We also beat them out for Julian Fleming and there’s a good chance we beat them out for JK Johnson, Egbuka, and Stellato

Comment 08 Mar 2020

Ohio State has a history of churning out first round draft picks at the DB position. Hancock will see three more DB’s get drafted in the early rounds (one of which will be the first DB off the board). Hancock only needs to come in ready to work, and Coombs will get him that first round draft grade.

Comment 06 Mar 2020

That was my thought as well. I’m just thinking Anna Hickey is looking to generate clicks with this headline. I don’t see Hancock making a decision until after he visits the good guys.